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Wolters Happy With Summer League Debut



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LAS VEGAS, NV --  The Milwaukee Bucks probably won't rely on Nate Wolters to be their top scorer in the way South Dakota State did the last four years.

Wolters' box score from his first summer league game seems to reflect that.  Nate scored four points, dished three assists, plus had two steals and two rebounds.  He shot just 2-8.

Still, Nate sounded satisfied after his first game, especially on the defensive end.

"Just try to keep guys in front.  That's something that's a big challenge for me.  I'm not the most athletic guy, so just gotta keep those guys in front and I thought I did a decent job of that."  Wolters said.
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